Red Asphalt Educational Video

Red asphalt educational video series is a set of instructional Driver's Education videos from the California Highway Patrol.

The videos have been designed to provide driver education students with an understanding of the serious consequences that result from speeding, inattention or impairment behind the wheel.

The series has been used in California, in addition to several other states, foreign countries and also by the U.S. Military.

The videos have been around since the first one made in 1964.

The available videos include those released in:

Red Asphalt – (1964)
Red Asphalt II – (1978)
Red Asphalt III – (1989)
Red Asphalt IV – (1998)
Red Asphalt V – (2005)

The latest one was produced under a $200,000 federal grant administered by the California Office of Traffic Safety.

Content and emphasis for the video came after input from teen driver focus groups. Red Asphalt V was created by contractors Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide and Bongo Post and Music.

Red Asphalt III – (1989)

From Red Asphalt Educational Video page to Asphalt Guide index